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Caring for People in Pain

By Bryn Davis, Bryn D. Davis

Routledge – 1999 – 264 pages

Series: Routledge Essentials for Nurses

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    978-0-415-18891-3
    December 16th 1999
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    978-0-415-18890-6
    December 15th 1999

Description

An excellent introduction for nurses to all aspects of pain and its management. Topics examined are relevant to all areas of health care practice and include:

*types of pain

*the experience of pain, including psycho-social factors

*interventions (pharmocological, physical and psychological)

*alternative and complementary therapies.

Caring for People in Pain clearly sets out the research base for practice and provides a thorough and accessible text for students of this core topic on all entry level and many post-registration nursing courses.

Reviews

'The author has succeeded in squeezing a wealth of information and experience into a book that is understandable and will do much to encourage changes in practice. The book is a useful resourse for the novice and will be indispensable to the expert practioners.' - Peter Davis, Nursing Standard

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